URGENT ACTION NEEDED TO SAVE KULANI LAND AND REVERSE THE TRANSFER TO THE NATIONAL GUARD

URGENT ACTION TO SAVE KULANI LAND AND REVERSE THE TRANSFER TO THE NATIONAL GUARD

Kat Brady of the Community Alliance on Prisons issued a call to contact Gov. Abercrombie ASAP and urge him to revoke the executive order that transferred Kulani prison land to the State Department of Defense for a military Youth ChalleNGe acadey.

THIS MUST BE DONE TONIGHT OR TOMORROW, THE MEETING IS ON FRIDAY.

E-mail the Governor asking him to issue an Executive Order turning back the full 622 acres of Kulani lands to the Department of Public Safety. Right now it is in the hands of DOD. The current proposal is to let the Department of Defense keep 279.76 acres and turn 342.24 over to DLNR, who will start processing the Natural Area Reserve (NAR) designation, making it off-limits to reestablish a wellness or pu`uhonua facility at Kulani.

REQUEST:

E-mail Governor Abercrombie: governor.abercrombie@hawaii.gov

MESSAGE:

Please revoke Executive Order No. 4341 (TMK (3) 2-4-08:09) and issue a new Executive Order turning back the full 622 acres of Kulani lands to the Department of Public Safety. Reopen Kulani as a center for treatment and reentry.

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